Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory
The Hierarchy of Needs theory is one of the four major content theories developed by Ibrahim
Maslow in the year 1943. This theory is based on the fact that it is the unfulfilled needs that leads
to motivate the individuals. It also provides an understanding to why the needs of the individuals keep changing overtime and the importance of identifying what each and every individual is after in terms of their needs. This is because, it probably gives an insight to what exactly are the individual needs that have to be met, in order to motivate them. Having said that,
Maslow identified five levels of needs which are basically the, Self Actualization ( level 5 – highest level)
Self Esteem ( level 4 )
Social belonging & Love needs (level 3) Safety ( level 2)
Physiology ( level 1)

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